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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Amnesty period till 4 Nov 2013

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Date: Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 11:19 AM
Subject: [aijazahmedit] "King Abdullah extends amnesty period till Nov. 4-KSA"
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ARAB NEWS

Tuesday 2 July 2013

Last Update 2 July 2013 11:10 am

JEDDAH: King Abdullah, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques , has extended by four months the amnesty period for undocumented expatriates in the Kingdom to correct their status.


A Ministry of Interior statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday said the original three-month grace period, which ends on July 4, will be extended to the end of the current Hijra year 1434, equivalent to Nov. 4, 2013.


Once the new deadline expires, inspections by appropriate agencies such as the Ministries of Labor and Interior, will resume inspections in various regions of the Kingdom and all penalties will apply on violators, the statement said.


With this new deadline, the Ministries of Interior and Labor urged all undocumented expatriates who have yet to register to come forward and have their status corrected.


http://www.yahind.com/king-abdullah-extends-amnesty-period-till-nov-4/

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JEDDAH: King Abdullah, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques , has extended by four months the amnesty period for undocumented expatriates in the Kingdom to correct their status.

A royal order carried by the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday said the original three-month grace period, which ends on July 4, will be extended to the end of the current Hijra year 1434, equivalent to Nov. 4, 2013.

Once the new deadline expires, inspections by appropriate agencies such as the Ministry of Labor and Passport Department, will resume inspections in various regions of the Kingdom and all penalties will apply on violators, the order said.

With this new deadline, the Ministries of Interior and Labor urged all undocumented expatriates who have yet to register to come forward and have their status corrected.
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AIJAZ AHMED
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